Date: 2017-04-14 22:10
Questions to Ask
In the prewriting phase of the writing process, students need to examine the essay prompt and ask themselves these questions:
The following 65 creative writing prompts were provided by Claudette (see her bio on the 8775 Our Columnists 8776 page):
Write a story about a millennial teenager who, through a high school experiment gone wrong, time travels back to his/her same high school in the 85s and has to spend a day in that era before finding a way to time-travel back.
Take your favorite TV show character of all time and put him or her into a different show that you enjoy. The character should be surprised to be in unfamiliar territory, but should interact with the other characters and, if possible, help them solve a problem. You can make up a scene or insert.
Want to use these sixth grade writing prompts for your fourth grade class? Go for it! Just please give credit to :)
65. Spring was in the air. There was no doubt about it. People all across the village were outside enjoying the sunshine.
85. “Generally, we don’t allow pets in our establishment, but you do have your human under control and certified harmless.” The Drenishi hotelier puffed up.
You are a contestant on Jeopardy and are in the lead. Final Jeopardy comes up and it's a question you know. As you are on the verge of revealing your correct answer and claiming your winnings, FBI agents rush the stage and grab you and Alex Trebeck and march you both off into a.
These 9th grade writing prompts on hobbies will give children a chance to share what they do outside of school with their friends